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Hopes to fill vacant shops as Swan Centre sold for more than £3m

The new shopping and dining complex in Rugby has been sold in a deal worth more than £3m with hopes the vacant units will be filled soon.

Business
Faecal bacteria found in ice at McDonald’s, KFC and Burger King

Faecal bacteria found in ice at McDonald’s, KFC and Burger King

Ice served in drinks at the three biggest fast food chains in the UK has been found to contain faecal bacteria.

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As Mike & Eileen prepare to call time on Summersault, they held a clearance sale recently, offering all the contents from the restaurant. NNL-170716-221751009

Clearance sale at Summersault but restaurant will reopen under new guise

Owners of the much-missed Rugby establishment Summersault held a final clearance sale on Saturday (July 15) – but the restaurant is undergoing a revamp ahead of its reopening in a new guise.

Business
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Ed’s Easy Diner in Rugby closes without warning

Popular restaurant Ed’s Easy Diner in Rugby closed without warning today (Friday, July 14), leaving staff redundant.

Business
Aldi launch Britain’s cheapest school uniform

Aldi launch Britain’s cheapest school uniform

Budget supermarket Aldi has launched what could be Britain’s cheapest school uniform - which will see children fully-kitted out for only £3.75.

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Tesco recall

Tesco withdraws salads due to food poisoning bug

Tesco has recalled two chicken salads because it contains the food bug Campylobacter.

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London Midland

Major rail delays between Rugby and London after fault

An earlier fault with the signalling system is causing major delays between Rugby and London today (Thursday, July 13).

Transport
The new hybrid London taxi. Photo: London EV Company

New hybrid London taxi built at Ansty Park revealed

A new hybrid-powered London taxi was revealed as the Ansty Park-based manufacturers announced its 'green' rebrand yesterday (Wednesday, July 12).
Business
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Elliott’s Field providing hundreds of jobs and millions in taxes

Research into Elliott’s Field Shopping Park released today (Monday, July 10) shows just how much it contributes to Rugby both in terms of jobs and taxes.

Business
Sainsbury's

Children’s drink recalled by Sainbury’s due to insufficient sterilisation

A popular children’s drink has been recalled by supermarket giant Sainsbury’s.

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Kodi

Kodi reveals why customers now mistakenly think their box “no longer works”

Kodi has told customers complaining that their box “no longer works” that a number of websites have now shut down their services.

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A concept image of the new �10 note

Everything you need to know about the new £10 note

Just as we’ve stopped trying to rip apart the new indestructible £5 notes, the new £10 note is set to launch later on this year.

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Rugby Borough Council

Recruitment company fined thousands for renting out unlicensed property with no fire alarms

A RECRUITMENT company which breached regulations when it rented out a house in Rugby town centre has been fined £8,000.

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Customers at The Tuning Fork

Rugby mast site cafe offering evening dining due to demand

A popular cafe built on the Rugby mast site is offering evening dining for the first time from today (Thursday, July 6) in response to high demand.

Business
An artist's impression of the Houlton link road bridge. Photo: Urban&Civic

Find out more about Rugby mast site link road

Developers of the new neighbourhood on the mast site are holding an information event about the link road connecting it to Rugby tomorrow (Wednesday, July 5).

Transport
Brits will spend up to £800 on weddings this year

Brits will spend up to £800 on weddings this year

‘Wedding season’ sets the average adult back almost £800, a study found.

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(L-R) Warwickshire County Councillor Howard Roberts, PSCO Matt Havelock, Rugby Borough Councillor Dale Keeling and Cllr Rod Clarke. Photo: Warwickshire County Council NNL-170307-095301001

Putting off rogue traders in Ryton

Rogue traders will be warned against working in Ryton-on-Dunsmore with numerous signs and stickers handed out to residents.

Crime
Nearly half of office workers fantasise about a colleague

Nearly half of office workers fantasise about a colleague

Almost half of office workers fantasise about having relations with a colleague, according to new research.

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Product warning

Curry kits on sale at the major supermarkets recalled over ‘unsafe’ milk powder

Two sauce kits which are on sale at supermarkets such as Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Asda and Morrisons are unsafe to eat and have been recalled.

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The ATM at 50: how a hole in the wall changed the world

The ATM at 50: how a hole in the wall changed the world

Next time you withdraw money from a hole in the wall, consider singing a rendition of happy birthday.

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